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The Man & The Satyr, Dual Agency, and How You Avoid a Bad Situation

Thursday, August 27th, 2015

man and satyr

Aesop’s Fable, The Man & The Satyr

A Man had lost his way in a wood one bitter winter’s night. As he was roaming about, a Satyr came up to him, and finding that he had lost his way, promised to give him a lodging for the night, and guide him out of the forest in the morning. As he went along to the Satyr’s cell, the Man raised both his hands to his mouth and kept on blowing at them. “What do you do that for?” said the Satyr.

“My hands are numb with the cold,” said the Man, “and my breath warms them.”

After this they arrived at the Satyr’s home, and soon the Satyr put a smoking dish of porridge before him. But when the Man raised his spoon to his mouth he began blowing upon it. “And what do you do that for?” said the Satyr.

“The porridge is too hot, and my breath will cool it.”

“Out you go,” said the Satyr. “I will have nought to do with a man who can blow hot and cold with the same breath.”

So, I was reading this famed fable from Aesop to my kids earlier this week before bed, and I was explaining the moral of the story to them, which is that those who talk out of both sides of their mouth can’t be trusted. After a brief discussion with them about what this means, it hit me like a ton of bricks. This is the tale of dual agency in real estate! I think about this stuff way too much y’all, I know. If you’re not familiar with dual agency, it’s essentially when an agent represents both the buyer AND the seller in a transaction.

Matthew 6:24 says, “No one can serve two masters; for either he will hate the one and love the other, or he will be devoted to one and despise the other.” Before we jump to conclusions, I’m not here to compare serving your clients is like serving God, but the point is well taken that you can’t have two masters. In a real estate transaction, you have clear responsibilities and duties, not to mention moral and ethical obligations, to your client, but what happens when you are charged with those same responsibilities and duties on both sides? Yikes! You can be in for a really awkward situation as an agent, but the real people who lose are the clients. The agent gets both sides of the deal so financially they are happy, but neither side gets their fair shake in the transaction. The agent is pulled from one side to the other and never really able to give great advice or prove their worth, and they are getting paid DOUBLE for it. Doesn’t sound like a real win-win, right?

One of the significant advantages of having a buyer specialist team within The Peters Company team is that I don’t have to do dual agency in a transaction. In fact, I won’t do it. The buyer team represents the buyer, and I represent the seller. I love that I am able to avoid those uncomfortable situations, and I love that our clients get what they deserve in strong representation. Yes, I could make more money representing both sides, and I’ve seen it work fine in the past. In fact, most agents try to do it. However, I sleep well knowing I did everything in my power to get the best deal for my client and that I gave them the best advice and representation possible.

If you see a home you want, don’t be fooled into thinking that you can save money without representation by just working through the listing agent. You’re just making that listing agent rich and losing out on representation in one of the largest financial decisions of your life. We don’t talk out of both sides of our mouth. The Peters Company represents industry leading customer service with the highest moral and ethical standards. Let us show you what that looks like. Call us today!

Written by Andy Peters, Listing Specialist

Congrats to The Peters Company June Metro Atlanta Homebuyers!

Thursday, August 13th, 2015

 

June 2015 Homebuyer Collage
Congratulations to our June Homebuyers!

Congrats, Crystal on purchasing your very first home in Buford! Your gorgeous new townhouse in Carlton Mill will be the perfect place to settle in from your move from Tennessee! You’re going to love the walkability to shops and restaurants, and being across from the neighborhood pool! Now that you have your house, we know a puppy is next on the list! Thanks for trusting our team! Welcome to Georgia!

Nick and Jane, congratulations on purchasing your adorable Peachtree Hills bungalow! Even though you were in Paris when your house closed, we hope that you felt the happiness all the way from Atlanta! Your move has been over 6 months in the making, and while we know that Nashville will miss you, we’re thrilled for you to call Atlanta your new home! Thanks for sticking with us through a competitive market! You were troopers, and being the winning bid for this home was truly meant to be! Welcome to Atlanta!

Congratulations, Bill and Crista on purchasing your super trendy Midtown townhome! We know that moving (back) to the South from Chicago is a big change, but you’re going to LOVE your location and walking to Piedmont Park! While there are probably too many inside jokes to mention, please know that Jennie LOVED working with you, and despite the ups and downs, everything worked out just as it should for you guys and Iris! Also, a big shout out to Bill’s folks, Jim and Susan, for sending you our way! We’re sure they are glad to have their granddaughter nearby! Congrats, again!

Daniel and Victoria, congrats on your beautiful home in the fantastic Peachtree Corners neighborhood, Amberfield! When the time came to sell and buy, we knew that all of the pieces needed to fall together perfectly, and in the end they did! We may recruit Victoria to our team as a showing assistant, as she was one of funniest people to looks at houses with! We know that Titus is going to love his new home, yard, pool and neighborhood, and we hope that you have many wonderful years there too! Thanks for being great clients and friends! Shout out to Joey and Rebecca for referring us!

Erica and David, you knew exactly what you wanted – a new home in the same neighborhood you were currently living in, Meadowbrook, and in High Point Elementary School. You found a great new construction home with plenty of space for your 3 children and a huge finished basement that David can call his own. Thank you for trusting The Peters Company to list and buy your homes! Nothing like repeat clients! Congratulations on your new home!

Congratulations, Jules on the purchase of your gorgeous mid-century modern home in North DeKalb’s Flair Forest! Finding this rare and stylized home (on a lake!) in the middle of the city was truly incredible. Fun fact :: you may be the only client to buy a home that all three of the buyers specialists have seen! You got the FULL Peters Company experience! We are all envious of your serene views of the lake, and know you will have many years of happiness in your new home. Thanks for trusting in our team. You’re the best!

Dennis and Melanie, we found the ideal location for your family! Walking distance to everything around GA Tech in a lush, gated community! I’m glad you went for move-in ready and ran away from the duplexes and triplexes! So happy we found this hidden gem I know all of you will enjoy, especially that pool! Thank you for trusting The Peters Company for your 3rd transaction with us!

Congratulations, Tobias on your first home purchase in the sleek Spire building in the heart of Midtown! After looking at many styles of condos and buildings we found the perfect match for you here. I can’t wait to see the “after” photos once you and your designer decorate and paint this blank canvas. I know you are going to enjoy the walkable location! Thank you for letting me help you find your first home so you can stay put for a while in Atlanta! Shout out to your sister, Elisa, for referring us!

Congrats Haley! You weren’t 100% sure what would be the best fit when we started out, but we found a great 2 bedroom condo in Buckhead that is gated and safe. The amenities are awesome and you will enjoy the great location near the West Side. You started renovations the day you closed and will make it a super place to live! Can’t wait to see when you get settled!

Chrystal and Tonio, you knew where you wanted to be and what school district you wanted to be in for adorable Sydney. We found a great, renovated home in Roswell with room for both of you to have home offices, a fenced in yard for your dog (and maybe another!) and chickens! And Tonio, there is plenty of space for you to add that outdoor kitchen and patio you wanted. Congrats y’all – Thank you for letting me help you find a super place! Shout out to Lisa for referring us!

Bryan, buying your first home can be a stressful experience, but you handled it like a pro! I have to say, you were one of the easiest clients I have dealt with in 13 years of selling real estate. It is great that your new house in Marietta close to your office, restaurants and shopping and across the street from friends. Especially friends who will help you renovate the fixer upper. Congrats on your new home!

Wow! Karl and Christina, you bought a house an hour from our original search area, and it is beautiful! I know you will love living in the peaceful serenity of Sharpsburg. And Christina, you will enjoy being in the same neighborhood as your parents. Invite us over when the pool is finished – congratulations!

Congratulations, Kristen and Alex on finding your dream home in an amazing neighborhood! Sarah Smith is a fabulous school district and we know that Loridans Chase is a great place to raise your babies! We can’t wait to see the transformation to your home as we know it will be fabulous. Jennie loved bonding over the kiddos and getting to know your whole family! Thanks for trusting our team!

Congrats, Bill on the purchase of your great townhouse in Decatur! We won’t call you a “groupie,” but you have been a Peters Company client three times in the past three years! Jennie has LOVED getting to know you, and we are all so happy that you have finally found a place to call home for the long run! Selling and buying at the same time isn’t easy, but your trust in our team and willingness to be flexible ended up in a total win-win all around! Thanks again!

Sally and Erik were referrals from our good friends, Shannon and Robby, and we were fortunate to work with them on the seller side as well as the buyer side. They really wanted to move closer to their children’s school in Sandy Springs. We were able to find an amazing off market sale for them that checked all the boxes! It was such a pleasure to help them achieve their goals!

Did you know? According to the National Association of Realtors, the average real estate agent sells 7 homes per year. The Peters Company has sold 109 homes so far this year with 17 more under contract and set to close in the coming months. Don’t settle for average! Work with the best, and call us today.

June Metro Atlanta Real Estate Market Overview

Thursday, August 6th, 2015

June 2015 MMO

If May was magical, June was JOYOUS at The Peters Company! It’s no surprise to us that 15% more homes sold this June than last June! We had the great pleasure of helping 25 families buy or sell homes in June!

So… How did June 2015 compare to June 2014?

  • Almost Same # of Homes for Sale this June 15% More Homes Sold this June
  • Foreclosures Down 2.5% to 5.2% 5-10% distressed sales is normal
  • Short sales Down 5 % to 3.2% Theoretically, by 2016, all homes should be back above water
  • 3.5 Months of Supply (Down 12.5% from last year) Anything under 6 months of supply is considered a sellers market
  • Median Original List Price is up 6.6% to $239,400 Still rising due to low supply
  • Median Sales Price is up 7.2% to $248,500 Still rising due to continued low supply
  • Median Sales/List Price Ratio remains around 96.4% (Here at The Peters Co we’re at 98.4%)
  • Median Days on Market is nearly flat from last year at 49 days (Here at The Peters Co we’re at 7 days on the market – Yep not a typo… 7 DAYS!!!)

And, in case you’re interested… The Metro Atlanta condo market’s very own statistics:

  • Sharply Higher Condos/Townhomes Sold Compared to Last Year (Up 26.8%)
  • Distressed Condo/Townhome Property Sales are Down 9.1% 2.2 Months of Supply (even lower than detached residences and a SERIOUS sellers market)
  • Median Original List Price is up 8.6% to $184,500
  • Median Sales Price is up 9% to $178,000
  • Median Sales/List Price Ratio is slightly higher around 97.1%
  • Median Days on Market is down 13.2% to 33 days on market

If you’ve been thinking of buying or selling and just want to chat about the market in your Atlanta neighborhood, we’d love nothing more than to hear from you! We can give you a free and highly accurate opinion of value. Give us a call at 404-419-3619 today!

100 Homes Sold YTD = 100 for the Homeless

Thursday, July 30th, 2015

On July 22, we sold our 100th home of the year. In fact, we’ve now sold more homes YTD than we sold all last year… making 2015 our BEST YEAR EVER! To celebrate, we honored one of our favorite charities 100 for the Homeless. Click the YouTube video to the left to see Lesley and Andy’s children tell you a little more!

We are so thankful for all of our clients and friends that send us referrals! In fact, this year alone, we have closed the following:

  • 47 Referrals from our clients and friends
  • 32 Past Clients
  • and 24 of our family and friends!
We thank you from the bottom of our hearts for making us your real estate agents for life! We will continue to serve our clients at the highest level and GIVE BACK to our community! 

Stay tuned this fall as we plan to help Atlanta’s homeless on an even more personal level!  Also, we’d love for you to join Andy one night this Winter as he spends the night with the men in the shelter. 100 for the Homeless is a wonderful men’s ministry that benefits Atlanta’s homeless community.

If we can assist with your Atlanta home search or help you sell your Atlanta home, give us a call today at 404-419-3619!

May Metro Atlanta Real Estate Market Overview

Thursday, July 16th, 2015

MMO May 2015

May was magical for the Atlanta Real Estate Market and for The Peters Company! 17.4% more homes sold this May than May 2014. And, it’s no surprise to us. At The Peters Company, we helped 18 families buy and/or sell this month alone.

So… How did May 2015 compare to May 2014?

  • 1.5 % More Homes for Sale this May
  • 17.4 % More Homes Sold this May
  • Foreclosures Down 3% to 6.5%
    • 5-10% distressed sales is normal
  • Short sales Down 6 % to 3.7%
    • Theoretically, by 2016, all homes should be back above water
  • 3.9 Months of Supply (Down 13.3% from last year)
    • Anything under 6 months of supply is considered a sellers market
  • Median Original List Price is up 6.6% to $239,400
    • Still rising due to low supply
  • Median Sales Price is up 7.6% to $225,000
    • Continuing a trend of higher median sales prices in a low-supply environment
  • Median Sales/List Price Ratio remains around 95% (Here at The Peters Co we’re at 98.4%)
  • Median Days on Market is nearly flat from last year at 62 days (Here at The Peters Co we’re at 7 days on the market – Yep not a typo… 7 DAYS!!!)

And, in case you’re interested… The Metro Atlanta condo market’s very own statistics:

  • Sharply Higher Condos/Townhomes Sold Compared to Last Year (Up 28.5%)
  • Distressed Condo/Townhome Property Sales are Down 11.4 %
  • 2.4 Months of Supply (even lower than detached residences and a SERIOUS sellers market)
  • Median Original List Price is up 9% to $179,900
  • Median Sales Price is up 10 % to $175,000
  • Median Sales/List Price Ratio remains nearly flat around 96.9%
  • Median Days on Market is down 11.4 % to 39 days on market 

If you’ve been thinking of buying or selling and just want to chat about the market in your neighborhood, we’d love nothing more than to hear from you! We can give you a free and highly accurate opinion of value. Give us a call at 404-419-3619 today! 

Why do stucco homes get a bad rap?

Thursday, July 9th, 2015

synthetic stuccoMost people have heard that stucco is bad and feel they should stay away from houses with stucco as the exterior material.

Why? Stucco homes can be beautiful and have a European flair.

There are two types of stucco – synthetic stucco, aka EIFS (exterior insulation finish systems) and hardcoat stucco.

Hardcoat, or concrete stucco, usually has no issues. It just requires some maintenance.

Synthetic stucco is the type that has a bad reputation – why? Because it is adhered to wood or gypsum board and if installed incorrectly it allows water intrusion and causes rot. Termites love moist environments. They get in there and eat the framing.

Some relocation companies will not let clients buy a stucco home regardless of whether it is EIFS or concrete.

Stucco has been successfully used for centuries in other countries primarily because it is adhered to masonry vs. wood.

Resolutions include:

A stucco bond.  In order to get a bond, you have to get a certified company inspect the house.  Someone has to make any repairs suggested.  Once the repairs are compete, there is a re-inspection and the stucco bond is issued.

Remove the stucco and re-clad the house with a different material such as Hardiboard or brick.  This is much more expensive, but it is a viable option.

​Lastly, always have a re-treatment and repair termite bond on a house that has stucco.​
Whether you are looking to buy a stucco, brick, or hardiplank home, The Peters Company would be honored to help with your search! Give us a call at 404-419-3619 today!
Written by Dore Brooks, Buyer Specialist at The Peters Company

Missing Person Alert :: Metro Atlanta Buyer Specialist Needed

Monday, June 29th, 2015

missing personDo you strive for excellence? Do you want to be an integral part of something big? Are you searching for that “wow” work environment where you are challenged to be the best person you can be and still have fun?

The Peters Company is looking for a professional individual with strong interpersonal skills, a sense of urgency, and a winning attitude. The Buyer Specialist develops, prospects for, follows up with, presents to and services buyers at a high level while sharing their expert knowledge regarding mortgage financing, neighborhoods, schools, home maintenance, etc. They must provide a high-level need analysis, coordinate a time-efficient home search process, and effectively negotiate in the buyer’s best interest for one of the most highly rated and dynamic real estate teams in Atlanta.

People Skills

  • Able to communicate effectively with peers, superiors, and customers, in both written and verbal form. They must be able to work with both vendors and customers.
  • Able to block out distractions in order to truly listen to the conversation that is occurring.
  • Create a sense of comfort and familiarity through their ability to build rapport.
  • Experience working in a problem-solving environment. Able to diffuse difficult situations and resolve to the satisfaction of all parties.
  • Must have the ability to negotiate and mediate effectively on behalf of clients.

Technical Skills

  • Basic understanding of computers and navigating the Internet.
  • Able to use email and text effectively as a means of communication.

Job Specific Skills

  • Real Estate License Required and Experience Preferred
  • Excellent organizational and time management skills.
  • Works well under pressure. Able to remain calm despite tight deadlines.

Key Benefits

  • An Opportunity In The Real Estate Industry To Have “A Real Job”
  • High Net-Income With No Overhead Or Risk
  • First Class Training, Coaching And Personal Development
  • Full Administrative And Marketing Service with World-Class Staffing Support
  • Hundreds Of Business Leads Generated, Captured And Tracked
  • Pre-Designed Marketing And Promotional Materials
  • A Consistent Inventory Of Saleable Listings
  • A System For Holding Open Houses And Meeting Active Buyers
  • The Prestige And Recognition Of A Proven Real Estate Team
  • Mentoring From An Experienced And Respected Professional
  • Teamwork, Encouragement And Support
  • KW Profit Sharing And Residual Income Opportunity
  • Real Estate Investment Opportunities

Key Activities of a HIGH Performance Buyer Specialist

  • Work a 50 Hour Week
  • Do 10 to 20 Hours of Lead Follow-Up Per Week
  • Research the Market Daily – New Listings and Price Reductions
  • Preview Homes that Are in Your Target Area
  • Preview All Team Listings
  • Manage New Leads and Work Through Existing Leads
  • Call Past Clients and Your Sphere of Influence to Ask for Referrals
  • Follow-Up Quickly on All Sign Calls, Internet Inquiries, VoicePad Calls and Other Leads
  • Track All Active Leads and Send Updates (New Listings)
  • Attend Training, Role Play and Practice Scripts 2 to 4 Hours a Week
  • Set Up An “Ideal Week” That Blocks Time for Your 20%
  • Track All of Your Key Business Activities. Set Weekly Goals
  • Attend Training and Stay Learning Based for Increased Productivity

The Peters Company is a top performing real estate team with Keller Williams Realty Peachtree Road in Metro Atlanta and currently ranked in the Top 1% of Keller Williams teams nationally. We are experienced and knowledgeable real estate agents, tactful negotiators, and conscientious advisors. We represent both buyers and sellers independently. The Peters Company will double their sales volume over the next two years and is looking for a passionate individual to join us for a fun ride with numerous opportunities for advancement.

Candidates who are seeking a long-term career opportunity, not a job, should apply. If this describes you or someone you know, call us right away to let us know you are interested at 404-564-5751. Follow the directions on the voice message. All inquiries are confidential.

Land of the Free :: Fourth of July in Atlanta

Thursday, June 25th, 2015

Fourth of July

The Peters Company has helped several families relocate to Atlanta this year. If you are new to the city, like them (and me!), here are a few fantastic options for your Independence Day celebrations:

Peachtree Road Race – Start your day off with one of Atlanta’s favorite 4th of July traditions! Registration for the race is over, but go out and support all of the 10k runners! The race spans from Buckhead to Piedmont Park and is one of the largest 10k races .

Stone Mountain – Spend the day and experience the numerous of family activities or just go for the laser and fireworks show. Either way you will not be disappointed! The laser/fireworks show is free except for parking.

Centennial Park – One of Atlanta’s best known landmarks! The gates open at 6:00 pm on July 4th and the firework show synchronized to music begins at 9:45. This event is free.

Turner Field, Braves vs. Phillies – Nothing is more American than a baseball game on the 4th! Get upper level tickets behind home plate for one of the best firework displays after the game. The amazing firework display will be choreographed to Patriotic music.

Georgia Aquarium’s “Red, White, and Brew” – visit the aquarium (stay cool inside away from Atlanta’s brutal heat!) and attend their 4th of July party! The event begins at 7:00 pm in the Ocean Ballroom and includes food, live music, and unlimited beer (must be 21 years old). You’ll have one of the best seats in Atlanta for the Centennial Park fireworks from the Aquariums rooftop deck! Tickets are $55 each.

Not yet residing in Atlanta, but planning a move to the city? Contact The Peters Company to help your move here be as spectacular as the fireworks! 404-419-3619

Written by Katelyn Sheffield, The Peters Company Transaction Coordinator

So You Wanna be a Real Estate Agent?

Thursday, May 28th, 2015

IMG_3819Well, the cat is out of the bag now! Everyone is aware that the Metro Atlanta real estate market is back and red hot. These are the times that we historically see a rise in the number of new real estate agents entering the workforce. Everyone wants in! We meet with people every year who are kicking around the idea of getting into the business, and we genuinely like helping people get started. I know that doesn’t make a lot of sense. Why would we want more competition? There is something intrinsically good about sharing your experience with others. It’s the right thing to do. We’ve been so fortunate to have mentors in our career who have helped teach and guide us for the last ten years or so as we’ve built our team. It’s exciting to think I can help someone else who is right where we were.

Here’s what I’d tell anyone considering a career change or even a career start in the world of real estate.

  1. Have a goal in mind for your first year both professionally and financially. Let’s be honest that this is not a get rich quick scheme. How will you invest in your new endeavor? I would suggest as much education as you can afford. That foundation is crucial to your success, and you have to get into action very quickly as it can take easily six months before you make your first sale. Make sure you are prepared for such a delay in your income, and as you make more, make sure you put money aside for your business. Too many agents don’t treat their business like a business. Don’t run your business out of your personal checking account. When times are slow, your business spending will be the first line item that suffers, which is the very thing that’s supposed to help you get going.
  2. You need a support group and champions for your cause. Beyond coaches and mentors, you need people around you to encourage you and push you to accomplish your goals. This could be your spouse, partner, or significant other, your parents, friends, broker, vendors, etc. 80% of real estate agents fail after the first year, and I’d venture to say that more than half of that is a direct result of no support group and no accountability. Share your goals with everyone. Not only will they hold you accountable, but they will help you achieve it!
  3. Leads do not grow on trees, and the phone does not just ring. You have to pick it up. You have to engage people. You have to work exceptionally hard to ensure that your friends and family know what you do so that you become top of mind for real estate. Now, we don’t cram real estate down everybody’s throats, but now that our marketing plan is mature, our friends and family come to us. It took a good three years of consistent marketing for that to happen. Regardless of how many leads you generate, there is no such thing as enough. You have to constantly stay focused on generating leads. We’ve found the best way to do that is to provide world class customer service, and the result is a business filled with 85% referral and repeat clients.
  4. Real estate is not a part time job. The constant deadlines and demands cannot help but carry over into your life after hours, on weekends, and even on vacation. Guess where I’m writing from right now? Vacation. Realtors work hard to create balance in their lives, but it’s not easy. The other part that creeps in is your desire to help other people or for some the desire to get things done. Both of these extremes can’t simultaneously exist for realtors, but the point is that it can be difficult to draw a line and take time for yourself. There is always something that can be done, or done better. I feel like I’m constantly refining what I do from education, processes and procedures, to customer service, hiring, and the list goes on and on. I’ve told many people that it’s one of the most addictive businesses so you have to be cognizant of it for your own good and the good of your family and relationships.
  5. Don’t be afraid to ask for help. When you get started in real estate you can feel like an island. I’ve heard agents refer to it as a “lonely business.” As mentioned before there is a lot to do, and on top of that you are dealing with most people’s largest financial transaction of their life. No pressure, right? Tons. You have to get it right or the liability falls on your shoulders. Make sure you ask for help from your fellow agents. While you’ll find that there are plenty of selfish people who won’t share their experience and secrets with you, you’ll be forever indebted to those who do. Don’t ever let them forget how much you appreciate them.

If we can help you in any way as you consider this crazy career, we’d be delighted. Give me a call or email me at wecare@thepeterscompany.com, and we’ll do lunch. I look forward to talking with you about what could be the best move of your life.

Cheers, Andy

Congratulations to our March Metro Atlanta Home Buyers

Thursday, May 7th, 2015

March 2015 Homebuyers

Britt, What a pleasure working with you to find your new home in the adorable Kirkwood neighborhood! Big shout out to Paige for sharing our names with you! We know you will LOVE your new home and it’s excellent location!

Kristen, congrats on your first home purchase in Smyrna’s Highlands View neighborhood! Thank you for letting us help you find the perfect place for you – I know you will enjoy the space and the location. Special shout out to Brittany for referring us! :)

Lori, thank you for allowing The Peters Company to assist in finding your first home. Love that the townhome met all of your requirements! And you are so lucky to be right on the belt line. Congratulations! Shout out to Brittany again for referring us!

Tim and Lori, congratulations on buying your first home together! You will love living in Brookhaven Fields and are surrounded by great neighbors. Wink…wink… Thank you for trusting me to help you find a super house!

Kathy, we did it again… We found another great investment condo in Buckhead’s Cross Creek neighborhood! With your vision and hard work, you will have it leased in no time. Congrats!

When we started working together, Shawn wanted to build in Brookhaven on a flat lot large enough for a pool. He ended up buying a newly built home with a gorgeous flat backyard and construction is soon to begin on his pool! Congratulations Shawn – I am glad we found the perfect home for you. Big shout out to Roger for sharing our name with you! :)

Kimberly and Jefry, So glad we were able to find you a wonderful home in Sandy Springs that is ready for your finishing touches! I hope you enjoy gardening in your beautiful, private backyard this summer!

Seth and Kendra, congratulations on your cute home in Briarcliff Heights! So happy we were able to snag that one as it was sure to get gobbled up quickly! It is the perfect home for you!

Erinn, after seeing many not so great condos, we found the perfect one with a beautiful view and balcony with a bright space for your office. I hope you enjoy your new home and convenient Sandy Springs location! Congratulations!

Congrats to Bo and Cassandra on your gorgeous new home! I love that you found such a great house in an unconventional way! As it turns out, “Make Me Move” on Zillow does work, ha. We’re glad that you stayed nearby, and we know Chamblee’s Gramercy Park is lucky to have you! Thanks for all of the laughs along the way.

Kristie and Eric, the road wasn’t always easy, but thanks for sticking with The Peters Company through moves, transfers, sales, multiple offers (and more multiple offers) to ultimately land you an amazing home in North Druid Hills! We can’t wait to see you on the patio at Verde, but only when you’re not enjoying your amazing back yard! Please send photos of the new puppy! Congratulations!

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